Comrie Primary School

Dunning Primary School
Life at Dunning Primary School

Olympic Film Night

Dunning Primary School Parent Council are proud to present Cool Runnings, showing on Friday 23 February at 6pm in the school’s Music Room.

Admission is free, but donations are greatly appreciated.

The event is open to all pupils of Dunning Primary School and their families. Pupils of Dunning Primary School may attend unaccompanied, though parents or carers are very welcome to stay. Preschool or primary aged siblings of pupils at Dunning are welcome to attend, but they must be accompanied by an adult.

First come, first served

There's no need to reserve a place.

Snacks

As on previous film nights, we will have a small selection of snacks for sale before the start of the film. Unlike previous film nights, the snack shop will not remain open during the film.

Seating

Children are encouraged to sit on the floor: if you have one, you're welcome to bring a cushion, beanbag or blanket. Folding metal-framed chairs are available, but have to be placed at the back/perimeter of the room. (You're welcome to bring a cushion for these too.)

 

Questions

If you have any questions, please send an email to contact@dunningparents.org.uk

About the film

ENGLISH, 1hr 34min. BBFC: Contains mild violence and language.

A wholesome, engaging, frequently hilarious, ultimately inspirational film.
Richard Harrington [Washington Post]

Cool Runnings is a charming tale of determined underdogs, with plenty of laughs, moments of real tension, and five engaging performances.
Marc Lee [Daily Telegraph]

If you like underdog movies, you might like this one. Especially if you haven't seen very many.
Roger Ebert [Chicago Sun-Times]

Better than it looks. I know, it shocked me too.
Scott Weinberg [eFilmCritic.com]

Previous Film Nights

2017-11-24

Feature: My Neighbour Totoro (1988)

2017-12-15

Short: La Luna (2011)

Feature:The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)